Blog Posts - Halong Bay



5 reasons to visit Halong Bay

If you ever get the chance, I highly recommend you visit the incredible Halong Bay.
by vegeTARAian on May 15, 2013

Flipnomad’s Photo Thursday- Halong Bay Junk Boats

Cruising on Halong bay on board one of these beautiful junk boats is probably one of the most popular things to do in Northern Vietnam. You could go on an overnight cruise for as low as $35 including food, accommodation, pickup, etc. Make sure that y...
by flipnomad on Apr 18, 2013

Halong Bay – Hidden Charm Travel

Halong Bay – Hidden Charm Travel Halong Bay, a visually stunning archipelago of around 1600 islands and islets, was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1994. This amazing seascape of virtually uninhabited limestone outcrops is an exhilarati...
by HaLong Bay - Sapa Trekking on Mar 12, 2013

Golden Lotus Cruise

Golden Lotus Cruise Golden Lotus Cruise, the boat bears the name of the most beautiful flower to the Vietnamese people, was just launched to give you the most pleasurable trip to the legendary HaLong Bay. Built of the best woods and designed by talen...
by HaLong Bay - Sapa Trekking on Mar 12, 2013

Halong Bay Cruise – Bhaya Cruise

Halong Bay Cruise – Bhaya Cruise The Bhaya is a new boat with an ancient history. A true traveler of his time, the Vietnamese Emperor Khai Dinh (1885-1925) defied the custom of taking thousands of courtiers on a royal trip, and took just twelve of...
by HaLong Bay - Sapa Trekking on Mar 12, 2013

Halong Bay, Vietnam – A New Natural Wonder Of The World

Halong bay Vietnam is a world heritage site recognized by UNESCO in 1994 and 2000, according to it's remarkable limestone Karst and beautiful landscape. Halong bay is also a new Nature Wonder of the World. Continue reading →The post Halong Bay,...
by eTravelTrips on Dec 13, 2012

Explore Hanoi, Halong, MaiChau 5D4N

5 DAYS EXPLORE MAICHAU – HANOIDay 1: Arrival Hanoi VietnamToday you’ll land in Hanoi. Warmly welcome by Tour Guide & Car Driver at airport then transfer to Hanoi Downtown, a city of lakes, shaded boulevards, public parks, and the capital o...
by HaLong Bay - Sapa Trekking on Dec 10, 2012

Seminar talks ways to realise Ha Long’s tourism potential

A seminar aimed at seeking ways to realise the tourism potential of Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO-recognised World Heritage, was held in northeastern Quang Ninh province as part of the Ha Long Tourism Week 2012 for European visitors. Speaking at the event, C...
by Vietnam Business News on Nov 30, 2012

Gooooood morning, Vietnam. In Nord – Hanoi si Halong Bay. Episod 3

Astazi, incheiem micul tur de Vietnam printr-o raita si prin Nord. Nordul reprezinta leaganul de formare al poporului vietnamez care practic s-a format aici, in Nord, in delta Fluviului Rosu, extinzandu-se apoi, incet, spre Sud. Tot de aici, a incepu...
by Imperator travel on Nov 25, 2012

Where can you cycle, trek and stay on a private beach bungalow all in one place? Cat Ba Island in Halong Bay, that’s where!

There’s nothing better than to wake up after a good rest to the rocking of a boat out on the sea and the sound of gentle waves. We were reminded of once again of splendid beauty we were surrounded by when we opened the curtains and saw the karsts.
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Nov 14, 2012

How drunken Englishmen and bad weather made for a dodgy start to the Halong Bay Experience

There were only two things I knew I could not miss out on visiting on this trip to this part of Asia: Halong Bay in Vietnam and Angkor Wat in Cambodia. When we arrived in Hanoi it was the first thing I was intent on getting sorted, and we did, by boo...
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Nov 13, 2012

Halong Bay gains EU assistance

Halong BayFrom Threeland Travel's Blog - November 2012The European Union will provide assistance to Vietnam to achieve sustainable tourism development in Halong Bay.Quang Ninh Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism signed an agreement, 18 October,...
by Threeland Travel Indochina on Nov 5, 2012

Unwind your soul with the solemn Yen Tu – Dong Trieu

Yen TuFrom Threeland Travel's Blog - July 2012Once visit Quang Ninh, visitors can not skip through the fabulous historical and cultural sites Yen Tu and Dong Trieu – Mao Khe. Yen Tu is located about 40 km from Ha Long City and 14 km from Uong...
by Threeland Travel Indochina on Oct 16, 2012

Welcome to Ha Long City

Halong BayFrom Grayline Halong's Blog - October 2012Ha Long is the capital city of Quang Ninh province, Vietnam. The city mainly lies on Bai Tu Long Bay, which is part of the Ha Long Bay. It is located at about 160 km northeast of Hanoi. There are fo...

Costa Del Cat Ba – a waking up fishing village

Cat Ba islandFrom Threeland Travel's Blog - October 2012Cat Ba Island is situated a mere 50 km east of Hai Phong city in the north of Vietnam. The island is part of a chain of 366 islands that lie within the larger area of Ha Long Bay. At over 200km2...
by Threeland Travel Indochina on Oct 15, 2012

Tour to Tam Coc via the Temple of Dinh Tien Hoang, Vietnam

A day trip out of Ha Noi can take you many places. After seeing Ha Long Bay we had heard about an inland version which was called Tam Coc, which is 90 km south of Ha Noi. The first stop on our tour was to the temple of Dinh Tien Hoang which was in  ...
by Strayed from the Table on Oct 12, 2012

Tour to Tam Coc via the Temple of Dinh Tien Hoang, Vietnam

A day trip out of Ha Noi can take you many places. After seeing Ha Long Bay we had heard about an inland version which was called Tam Coc, which is 90 km south of Ha Noi. The first stop on our tour was to the temple of Dinh Tien Hoang which was in  ...
by Strayed from the Table on Oct 12, 2012

Bai Tu Long – an off the beaten tourist track

Bai Tu Long bayFrom Threeland Travel's Blog - October 2012Bai Tu Long is a beautiful bay lying within the area of the gulf of Tonkin, on the northeast of Vietnam. This tourism site is located 60 km from Bai Chay and situated in Ha Long commune, Van D...
by Threeland Travel Indochina on Oct 10, 2012

Indonesia: Building Up for More Traffic

From Grayline Halong's Blog - October 2012Indonesian ports expect to see 211 cruise ship calls and nearly 116,000 passengers this year, ranging from the 34-passenger True North to the 2,850-passenger Celebrity Solstice. Next year’s forecast is for...

Gray Line Halong To Introduce New Travel Products

Read Book on Ha Long Bay CruisesFrom Cruise Halong Bay ActivitiesMarking the 100th anniversary of Gray Line ® in 2010, Gray Line Vietnam is proud to join the prestigious range of Gray Line Worldwide. For the last 2 years, the company has served over...


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